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The NAMM show is this week. We'll be hanging out at the Hipshot booth #5733. I'll have two new basses to show. An Afterburner XXX and a Super P 4. The 4 of course debuted last spring in Frankfurt. This will be the first time in North America. We've made a lot of refinements to the SP4 including a wider nut and 3D contouring on the headstockand. We are really happy with the results.

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We've used wenge for fingerboards for years and loved it. We've hesitated on using it for necks until we developed our new neck finish. Now that we've got the finish dialed in we're ready to offer wenge necks as an option. This is the first ABI we've done. The the tone is fantastic - slightly more sustain than maple without adding any extra weight, the harmonics ring like a bell and there's a nice tight bottom that seems just right.

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This bass is currently in the air on it's way to our longtime friend and endorser Hank Insell. We haven't' done a lot of red basses in quite a while but after seeing this one, I'm thinking we should make them all red. "no you don't want black, trust me, you really want red" ... we'll see. Comments appreciated.

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I’ll admit, I’m stoked they did a nice review on our Super P in the current issue of ibass magazine. What really blows my mind though is the user experience ibass magazine provides. Tablet versions of magazines have improved a lot lately but ibass has taken things to a new level. They’ve done a brilliant job of enhancing traditional magazine style content with video.